Pulling Back the Curtain on Teaching Literature
Making the Connection between Teaching Literature and Reading in High School
Teacher Learning Communities: An NCTE Policy Research Brief
The James R. Squire Office of Policy Research
This brief describes benefits and provides research-based recommendations for establishing teacher learning communities.
Q & A with CCCC’s Malea Powell
Sneak Peeks and Predictions from the 2011 CCCC Convention Program Chair
Believing You Can Make a Difference: From 1911 to 2011—The Needs of Teachers and Students Keep NCTE and Its Members Moving Forward
Leila Christenbury, Donna Alvermann, and Anika Spratley expand on some of the ideas in NCTE's Centennial book, Reading the Past, Writing the Future: A Century of American Literacy Education and the National Council of Teachers of English.
Checking in with Catherine Jones
Catherine Jones is a 2009 Participant in NCTE's Early Career Educator of Color Leadership Program
The “Unteachables” Find Their Voice
Erin Gruwell and the Freedom Writers
Lois Duncan: A Born Writer
Lois Duncan is one of those rare creatures who knew from a very young age what she wanted to do.
President’s Commentary: It’s a Bird, It’s a Plane, It’s a Book!
When we back away from offering our students the richness and complexity found in art and literature, Jago believes, we abrogate our fundamental responsibility to broaden students' horizons.
22nd National African American Read-In February 2011
Celebrate by hosting a Read-In or sharing a book with colleagues or students, any time during the month of February.
Reader's Commentary: Reflections: Puerto Ricans and the Mythical Latino Community
Franquiz shares thoughts on the challenging goal of creating "affirming visions" for bilingual and diasporan communities.
ONLINE-ONLY Reader's Commentary: The Quintessential Assault: Adventures of Huckleberry Finn vs. Political Correctness and Comfort
NCTE Secondary Section Committee member and Twain scholar Jocelyn Chadwick crafted this essay in response to the publication of a new edition of The Adventures of Tom Sawyer and Adventures of Huckleberry Finn in which 219 instances of the word "nigger" are replaced by the word "slave."
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